SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento council member’s staffer has won a legal fight against the city of Sacramento.
A judge tentatively denied the city’s restraining order against Skyler Henry and the city is dropping its case. This all stems from comments Henry made during a podcast in which he reportedly defended destructive protests outside the homes of some city leaders.READ MORE: Sudden Death Of 10-Year-Old Boy Who Had COVID-19 Leaves Elk Grove Family With Questions
The judge ruled that the city failed to present clear evidence that henry is a threat.READ MORE: Folsom Fire Department Ask The City To Declare Local Emergency
The city sent CBS13 a statement reading, in part: “We had hoped and trusted the court would find that an employer has a duty to protect employees in cases where threatening language has been used against them by a co-worker.”MORE NEWS: Woodland Bar Shuts Down After Maskless, Unvaccinated Customers Infect Staff With COVID-19
It goes on to say that the city will use every tool to ensure employees feel safe and protected.